Translation of role in Spanish:


papel, n.

Pronunciation /roʊl/ /rəʊl/

See Spanish definition of papel


  • 1

    Cinema Theatre
    papel masculine
    to play / interpret a role hacer / interpretar un papel
    • she was cast in the role of the daughter le dieron el papel de la hija
    • title/star/leading/supporting role papel protagónico/estelar/principal/secundario
    • The film also uses actors not known for quality feature film acting or stage roles.
    • Most of the major roles were cast with actors I already knew and with whom I had acted earlier in my career.
    • Last she got to play varied kind of roles in films like Kastoorimaan where she had an author-backed role.
    • He plays on the brooding darkness that is present in almost all of his film roles, taking it up a notch for this role.
    • He's just one of a number of actors in small roles who add plenty of class to the film.
    • He had a major zombie role in the film and was preparing for a big time attack scene later in the shoot.
    • The studio then had her appear in cameo roles in two more films.
    • He also was prone to filing lawsuits and making absurd financial demands to do even cameo roles in films.
    • He demonstrates that even in a few scenes, he can still fulfill the promise his early film roles showed.
    • In a film requiring clearly drawn roles, the cast is almost totally interchangeable.
    • The three who did come to play these roles in the film were all under contract to Paramount at the time.
    • He has his cast so involved in the film and in their roles that they seem to inhabit the parts they play.
    • It was a great role for a genre film - you don't normally get to do much beyond screaming and running.
    • It was nice to play a leading role in a film, be given that responsibility and to be the driving force in the movie.
    • For the role of the ventriloquist in Magic I got some training from a guy called Denis Allwood.
    • Still, this has to be a role that every actress in Hollywood would surely have done anything to play.
    • She has the presence to carry the film, and the supporting roles are well-cast.
    • Her sister Lynn's performance in this film could also move her into more acting roles.
    • Linney and Aykroyd serve as the film's villains and do quite a lot with small roles.
    • I am looking for variety in roles and luckily all the films that I am doing have different subjects.
  • 2

    papel masculine
    rol masculine
    what role does she play in the company? ¿qué papel desempeña / cuál es su rol en la compañía?
    • in a reversal of their usual roles cambiándose los papeles
    • She stopped everything to care for her mother and assumed the caregiver role in the domestic sphere.
    • What part of ourselves was lost when we assumed our respective roles?
    • During the first part of Hals's career the militia companies continued to play a vital role in the defence of each city.
    • Let it be clear that I do believe that the National Gallery has a vital role to play in the new South Africa.
    • One of the military's major roles here is functioning as paid mercenaries and security guards for oil companies.
    • What is her role as a mother and ultimately what is her feminine strength?
    • In particular, they were a product of the treatment of women and their role in society at the time.
    • In part that has arisen out of misunderstanding about its changing role as a custodian of art and architecture.
    • Both men are suspicious of each other, fully aware of the roles they are meant to play in society.
    • Discuss the role of euphemisms in disguising something that is inherently bad.
    • We talked a bit about art and writing and the role of artists and writers in society.
    • At about the time of the Russian Revolution he had become interested in politics and in the role art could play in society.
    • If you then look at these European films, these are films where the role of the director is much bigger.
    • This remarkable reversal of roles is the film's strongest dynamic and occurs between virtually all the characters.
    • It had been clear to me, even if only in a diffuse sense, that film would play a role in my life.
    • Despite such criticism, he defends the right of great nations to assume prominent roles on the world stage.
    • Cohesion funding assumed a central role in budgetary politics in the late 1980s with the arrival of the Iberian states.
    • In recent years, the 64 year-old mother of six took a pivotal community leadership role, promoting reconciliation.
    • The finance office performs a vital role in the process - they have the money.
    • He said education had played a pivotal role in the economic development of many countries.
  • 3

    Psychology Sociology
    rol masculine